Maybe some of you have had the good fortune to be able to visit the Pineapple Maze--Extreme Pineapple at the Dole Plantation on Oahu. This thing looks amazing!
Cheryl, Shane, Ashley and Ian
Dole Plantation on Oahu
Since my first book in The Hawaiian Island Detective Club series is entitled, Pineapples in Peril, I was curious about Extreme Pineapple. When we were in Hawaii, we visited The Dole Plantation on Oahu. Do you see us in the photo?
Anyway, we never saw the maze, but apparently it opened in 1998, covers over three acres, includes 14,000 plants (not just pineapples), and is the world’s largest outdoor maze.
And Here We Are Eating
Fresh Pineapple Over Sorbet!
The challenge in this maze is to check-in (in order) at each of the eight stations. Fun times! I think I need to make sure I take on this challenge when I get to the islands again.
You really have to go to the Dole website and take a look at the aerial view of the maze—very cool! Here’s the link:
The Hawaiian Island Detective Club
Book One—Pineapples in Peril
Book Two—Menehunes Missing